Lazy Acre Log Cabins

Address: 35 Roadknight St, Lakes Entrance, Victoria, 3909, Australia | Ranch
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Travel Blogs from Lakes Entrance

The entrance to the lake!

A travel blog entry by skippyjbones on Oct 26, 2015

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... gave me a lot of nice views and pictures (which I sadly enough can't show since this computer can't read a SD card O.o).
For the rest of the day I planned what I will be doing for the following days until I have my flight to Tassie on the third of November. A lot of days to fill in ^^ That's also one of the reasons why I decided to start hitch-hiking to Melbourne!

And this what I've done in Lakes Entrance ^^

Day 62 Lakes Entrance - Toora

A travel blog entry by robmauger on Mar 10, 2015

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... to get the filter back together but it's still on a go slow. There's another problem somewhere. I don't want to open the pump up because I've got limited tools, a poor workspace and Stan hovering. He's used the night time to think of more questions. It all takes an eternity and we have to be out by 10. Maria is asleep which doesn't help. I feel like a child carer and aged carer rolled into one with 100 other important things to do. All of this time I'm actually a paying ...

Day 61 Brogo - Lakes Entrance

A travel blog entry by robmauger on Mar 09, 2015

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... this works both ways, the children are treated like grandchildren which is lovely, but it's like having your parents with you also. We are offered advice on everything. Stan and Bev who are our next door neighbours tonight are a typical example. They are intrigued with the waste vegetable oil I have 'stolen' from the closed restaurant on the waterfront. I managed to pilfer 60 litres. Stan stands over me while I'm setting up the filter system. He stands so close that I can't ...

What a difference a day makes.

A travel blog entry by scbcrwrw on Feb 19, 2015

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... people stop and look over this railing. In fact they were still walking down the road so she ran after them and yes it was the lady. She was so pleased I saw her hug the girl. So at least that was one very honest person.

Have just had a dip in the pool and then are going out to dine. Nice meal but an even nicer pudding. Nice evening so walked along by the lake. Talked to 3 guys who were pulling mussels off the side of the dock. They had 2 bucketfuls.

Lake Entrance

A travel blog entry by lynnstephenbell on Nov 13, 2014

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Such a nice place we have decided to stay another night. Hooray the wind has dropped and it is a nice warm day. Had a yummy cooked breakfast then headed off to hire a small boat and take a ride on the water. We putt, putt ourselves to the entrance of the winery, taking a look along the way at the rather expensive homes in the hillsides and also enjoy the bird life that lives on the Lake. Can not enter the winery as we ...